The San Diego Symphony and San Diego Master Chorale Bring Antonio Estévez’s Exciting ‘Cantata criolla’ to The Rady Shell

By Ken Herman | May 28, 2023 |

This weekend, May 26 & 27, Rafael Payare led an exciting program of mid-20th Century Venezuelan Music to bring the 2022-23 Jacobs Masterworks Series to a thrilling close.

‘Destiny of Desire’ a Deliciously Dramatic Telenovela-Inspired Addition to the Old Globe’s Season

By Cassiopeia Guthrie | May 28, 2023 |
Pilar and Sebastian reach toward each other across a bed.

“Unapologetic telenovela” doesn’t even begin to describe the deliciousness of Destiny of Desire which, in its May opening, brings all of the twists and turns you’d expect from the genre, dripping with glamour, high drama, intrigue, and star power. The Old Globe’s newest offering plays through June 25 on the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage…

Wit and Serious Subject Matter in Scripps’ Terrific ‘Lost in Yonkers’ Staging

By David Dixon | May 26, 2023 |
JP Wishchuk, Kenny Bordieri and Giovanny Diaz de Leon (Photos courtesy of Ken Jacques).

The late writer, Neil Simon, is often acknowledged as a comedy master with a gift for memorable one-liners and eccentric characters. Although those elements are in Scripps Ranch Theatre’s production of Simon’s comedy-drama, Lost in Yonkers, the show is full of serious subject matter not always featured in his other famous works.

The San Diego Symphony and San Diego Master Chorale Join Forces for the ‘Cantata Criolla’ by Venezuelan Composer Antonio Estévez

By Ken Herman | May 24, 2023 |

Rafael Payare will conduct the San Diego Symphony and the San Diego Master Chorale in Venezuelan composer Antonio Estévez’s ‘Cantata criolla: Florentino, el que canto con el Diablo’ May 26 and 27 at the Rady Shell at Jacobs Park.

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